Claim Listings V2 BETA released

Now with WooCommerce and Ninja Forms integration!

Today we released the 1st BETA version of the Claim Listings Add-on for GeoDirectory V2.

You can download it from your account area now (v2+).

Claim Listings

As with all the v2 add-ons it has been rewritten to have a more modernized code base and have a more solid foundation for future developments.

Claim Listings v2 works generally the same way as v1 though using the pay to claim feature with the Pricing Manager addon has changed slightly (for the better).

The dedicated screen for managing claims has been changed to give it a much more standard WordPress UI and you can now filter and search for claims much easier.

New Feature: Ninja Forms Support


One of the BIG changes in CLv2 is that as well as the basic claim listing form, you can now use Ninja Forms to create any form fields you want so the ability to get any extra info you need is just a matter of dragging and dropping some fields 🙂

If you are using Ninja Forms to in conjunction with the Pricing Manager addon to use the pay to claim feature then you MUST add the GD packages field to the form:

New Feature: WooCommerce Support

When it comes to pay to claim as with the standard GD listings you can use either WP Invoicing or WooCommerce to process payments!

I mentioned above, the pay to claim process has changed slightly, you now have the ability to select what packages the user must select from when claiming, this is set per package and you can also set the SAME package as the required package to pay for when paying to claim, you also have specific settings for if this paying to claim should auto approve the claim or if you prefer to review it first.

Please report bugs in the dedicated forum as usual: https://wpgeodirectory.com/support/forum/claim-listings-addon/claim-listings-v2-beta/.

Published by Stiofan O'Connor

Stiofan O'Connor is the co-founder and CEO of AyeCode LTD. With his business partner Paolo, they are the makers of the GeoDirectory, UsersWP and Invoicing plugins for WordPress. He is a Full Stack developer specialized in WordPress development. Stiofan started building websites as a hobby in the early 2000s with PHP at first. He then moved to the CodeIgniter Web Framework for a while before discovering WordPress and ever since he never looked back. Today his WordPress themes and plugins are used with success by +100.000 active websites.

4 thoughts on “Claim Listings V2 BETA released

  1. So a visitor can ask to claim a listing but the admin still has to manually do something to validate this claim? There is no validation feature like Facebook or Google my business to validate a claim?

    Just confused on how this helps

    Thanks

    1. HI,

      there are few options.

      1) Admin manually moderate claims (not sure why you think this is strange)
      2) Claims are automatically approved
      3) Payment is requested to approve claim

      To be honest, I’m not even sure how Facebook handles that, but as far as I know, Google sends a postcard to the business address with a code to be entered in the system to get approved.

      Thanks

  2. Woop! Looking forward to try this, I’m loving the V2 so far!!!

    ps: Article title (thus permalink) has a typo in.

    1. Hi Graham,

      glad you are enjoying GDv2 and thanks for the heads up. I corrected the typo.

      Cheers!

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